I am interested in the linkage between the cyclical timing of human activity, and whether that has a direct affect on weather. Most obvious to me is the weekly cycle, which is observed by most of the world.
For example, humans generally produce less air emissions on the weekends because they do not have to commute to work, and some businesses are less active. This means there are less cars on the road (or for less time) and therefore less vehicular emissions. In some cities, this can lead to an effect during the summer where ozone concentrations are higher on weekdays and reduced on the weekends. There are also instances where human activity can lead to higher particulate emissions on weekdays, which could cause weekly patterns in fog or albedo. In general, if the radiation budget is perturbed, it could theoretically affect weather.
Perhaps there are other examples too. So, is there any link between the weekly human cycle and weather?